The European Robotics Week offers one week of various robotics related activities across Europe for the general public, highlighting growing importance of robotics in a wide variety of application areas. The Week aims at inspiring technology education in students of all ages to pursue careers in STEM-related fields, i.e. science, technology, engineering and math. In 2015, we expect over 500 robotics events to take place in European and associate countries.
Organised by euRobotics AISBL, European Robotics Week has so far attracted over 200,000 people during its five years of existence and encouraged young and old to become involved in hundreds of different robotics related activities year after year.A report of the European Robotics Week 2015 will be available in December 2015.
It's time to show the general public what robotics is all about and what important role robots play in Europe!
How to submit your events
If you are registered (due to events in previous years)
Go directly to the "Login for ERW Partners" on the right side and login with your credentials. After being logged-in you just need to click on "Manage events" and then click on "Create new event".
If you are not registered
"Register" underneath the "Events 2015" button. You will receive the credentials to login by e-mail. All you need to do is then to follow the procedure above.
Media guidelines: Spreading the word
We want to hear about your event and help you spread the word!You can now print and distribute the ERW2015 posters.
We will be sending you press releases about the European Robotics Week 2015. We encourage you to:
along with a short description of your specific event to encourage local media coverage.
Bristol: the Communication Centre
The heart of the European Robotics Week 2015 is Bristol UK, which will be host to a plethora of events around robotics.
Tuesday, 24 November (19:00 - 21:00)
Wednesday, 25 November (9:00 - 17:00)Venue: Watershed & Bristol Robotics Laboratory
Robots: From Imagination to Market
Watch the videos of ERW2015 in Bristol
Events are organised locally by the Bristol Robotics Laboratory and collaborators (scientists, labs, teachers, schools, robotics engineers, robot makers etc.), but centrally listed and co-promoted. euRobotics AISBL, the European association for a Public-Private Partnership in robotics, serves as the central coordinator. The events are supported through national coordinators who are promoting the idea among their national networks and communities.